Same system that provided UKIP with 1 seat when they got 15% of the vote. I don’t remember this forum being awash with your tears of righteous indignation then.
Thank you for wishing us luck; however as it is with “we’re upset ‘cos we lost” marches and online petitions, luck won’t come into it. Nor will all the handwringing and bitchmoaning in this forum.
It is VOT ...[text shortened]... sholes out of the commons and setting the UK on the right track.
Power to the people’s vote... 🙂
Your frustration is very evident and understandable; the vote was won, the people who bothered to turn up to vote voted for 'Brexit', and if only life were that simple. The way I see it, which is only one way of seeing it, the UK and her economy could go to hell in a handcart if that's what the people really want. We could foul up relations with our closest trading partners, and we may or we may not emerge from it all smelling of roses, who really knows? The thing is, and I know I'm beginning to sound like a freaking parrot, the Irish border problem. If we bang out without a deal, however unpopular and otherwise unsatisfactory that deal might be for both sides of the great divide, the border has to go up across Ireland, which not only does very bad things for the Irish people, it contravenes the Good Friday agreement and sets us in conflict with America. I mean right now America = Mr Trump, but with a bit of luck that won't always be the case. So there really has to be deal which takes Ireland into account, which will no doubt preoccupy the thoughts of Mrs May as she tramps the Welsh hills and valleys.
If we're going to 'Brexit', which I assume we are, I think we should stay in the customs union, keep the Irish border open and continue to trade with gay abandon with the rest of the EU, and spend as long as it takes to take a deep and contemplative breath.
Mr Farage and his one - issue party would not, I think, win a general election, and I think the Tories would suffer the most. Labour is currently well ahead in the polls, so we might get Mr Corbyn (the 'known Marxist'😉, and peoples' opinions will no doubt differ as regards to that particular scenario.
And by the way, I still don't think you're a racist.
Edit; Another one of those bloody smileys has turned up, and I can't remember how to stop that happening, but I didn't put it there!